Does live rock need to be in salt water?

Answer Yes, live rock does not need to be in salt water to live. Live rock is actually rubble that has broken off a coral reef, typically during a hurricane or tropical storm. It has living organisms that... Read More »

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How many pounds of live rock are needed for a 37 gallon salt water tank?

According to liverockusa, your aquarium will require anywhere from 1.5 lbs to 2.0 lbs of live rock per gallon of water. So for a 37 gallon tank your going to need from 55.5 lbs. to 74 lbs. of live ... Read More »

If you need to shock a salt water pool because of algae do you need to turn the salt system off for awhile?

Answer If you keep all your water balances correct and run the chlorine generator unit properly keeping the Chlorine level of 1.0-3.0 PPM you should never need to shock your pool. I have heard of a... Read More »

Does iodized salt melt ice faster than rock salt?

Iodized salt has no advantage over rock salt in melting ice and is usually available only in fine, granular form. Iodized salts are added as a dietary supplement to table salt to provide iodine, a ... Read More »

Is it true that salt water eats up the limestone rock you use for coping and walls in central Texas?

AnswerAbsolutely OCEAN salt water has enough particulates to act like a sand blaster to anything it comes in contact with, Now a Salt Water pool there is less salt in your tear drop than in your po... Read More »